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not to be educated and they are not aware. >> these are the smartest women in the world. how do you say this? >> if you look at places like pump or baby doll or foxes, they get paid in a toe ken system where they have to cash in the token and the guy is there on thursday and if he does not have enough, they do not get their money. and the lap dances, when they take off their panties, they have the same panties on underneath. the way to address it is to treat them like illegal aliens, get them on the streets where they can talk to their john's and raise awareness during the lap dance and have a talk about aids and give them condoms. >> now we are passing out pamphlets about aids? >> we need their voice. >> you dance for wealthy older men that pass you around like a cheese tray. and i don't know if you get paid for it. >> audit away. i used to do it all. >> other than that. >> you go back to one of the seven rooms in the back and you pay her. so they would know, it's not a real song, and it's a problem. six years ago, when obama took office, clubs get significantly worse. it's not a sexy metap
for being a very bad boy, i'm going to see if i can educate him. let's listen to dr. vin september de mayo talk about the positioning of the two people. >> the muscle of the gun in this case was two to four inches away from the skin. if you lean over somebody, you will notice that the clothing tends to fall away from the chest. if instead you're lying on your back and somebody shoots you, the clothing is going to be against your chest. the clothing was two to four inches away. it's consistent with somebody leaning over the person doing the shooting. >> it certainly helped my side on the prosecution. listen, this guy, can i just say this once again? you look at this guy's wounds, he's got a couple of scratches to his head, a baby could do that to him and the poor guy had a broken nose. if this law says you're supposed to be in imminent danger of their death. everybody that gets a scratch and a broken nose, if that's imminent danger of death, half the country would be dead. >> are you saying that if you're on the ground with someone on top of you, you can't defend yourself? >> the fact is, w
at the same set of disparities health care and other educational disparity and say we are in a post racial era because obama got elected president. that's a false notion. >> bill: i don't believe the "new york times" and other entities nbc news are thinking that way. here is what i think. >> that's the coverage. >> bill: they are flat out afraid of the issue. they are afraid of reporting that blacks are killing blacks in chicago. >> that's patronizing and condescending. >> it is but they are afraid of it? >> whenever the reason, the fact is that it is having tremendously negative effect on the discussion in general. >> bill: not only that having tremendously negative impact on the black community in general because more black americans are dying. there is no way on earth this travon martin george zimmerman trial should be getting this coverage. the only reason it's doing it is because it is a light skinned hispanic against a black kid. >> i think that the centerpiece of the trial and the issue at least for african-americans is that this man was told by his dispatcher don't follow him. >> bill:
's an unfair fight. you have a prosecutor who has been to law school, been to every continuing legal education class on cross-examination, going up against a layperson who is nervous wreck and fighting for his lives. here he got to tell the story so many times to the polic investigators, and came out very well. so, the defense attorney can say, he doesn't have to tell you what happened. he didn't tell our investigators, he told the police investigators what happened. he told them, at the scene, he walked them through it. walked them through it in the investigation room. there's no reason to do it. and if they did the prosecutor can rip him apart about how much he lied in the bail hearing about how much money he had in the bank -- >> shepard: he did lie. that's established. >> i'd be shocked -- >> not necessary. >> if zimmerman took the stand. >> any reason, judge? >> there are lawyers -- i agree with everything arthur said. there are lawyers who believe that in a self-defense case, the jury wants to hear the explanation of self-defense out of the mouth of the defendant. however, in this case,
them out and left the bankers in place. we need jobs, jobs, and education, and transportation, and right now. >> neil: you're right about how the mixed messages we send on bailouts. reverend, always a pleasure. thank you very much. >> thank you, sir. >> neil: think irs employees targeting conservatives is bad. how about paying hundreds of them to do no work at all? [chanting] [ mortazavi ] i'm definitely a perfectionist. details are really important during four course. i want to make sure that everything is perfect. that's why i do what i . [ male announcer ] it's red lobster's just $14.99. start your feast with a choice of soup, then salad, plus biscuits! next, choose one of nine amazing entrees like new coconut and citrus grilled sim or linguini with shrimp and scallops. then finish with dessert. your four course seafood feast, just $14.99. [ mortazavi ] everything needs to be picture perfect. i'm rezaculinary manager. and i sea food differently. >>> want to look at the bright side of the conservative groups, at least those guys were doing something. it sure beats paying hun
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